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The Talmudic View on Inflicting Personal Injury in the Name of Boxing, Football and Combat Sports

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A Penetrating Look at the Historical, Legal and Spiritual Dimensions of Chanukah and its Relationship to the 1st Amendment and Freedom of Religion

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A Talmudic Perspective in Light of Modern Science

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Topics Include: Environmental Safety and Self-Endangerment, Emergency Response Protocols, Determining Who's Really at Fault, A Jewish Response to Catastrophes

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The Jewish view on withdrawal of treatment vs. prolonging life, passive euthanasia and assisted suicide.  With Dr. Daniel Eisenberg,  Department of Radiology at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia

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Gun Control and Self Defense, Stand Your Ground Law and Preemptive Strikes Against Enemy Threats, Can We Really Achieve a World of Peace or Do We Need a Miracle?

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A rabbi and psychotherapist discusses the Torah's view on adultery in the context of his personal experiences in treating couples and families tormented by infidelity and addictions. Can such shattered relationships ever be restored or is divorce the only option?

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The Legalization and Ethics of Medical and Recreational Marijuana from a US and Talmudic Ethics Perspective.

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Two lectures addressing how the Talmudic legal system differs dramatically from the US one in terms of it being treated as "A Law for Life."  Presented by Larry Stein, Esq., a former attorney in private practice and presently a Judaic law and ethics teacher.

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